Charlottetown


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the provincial capital and largest city of Prince Edward Island

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NWAC believed that the federal government's refusal to consult directly with Aboriginal women on the terms of the Charlottetown Accord represented a denial of the rights of Aboriginal women to freedom of expression under Section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms as well as their sexual equality rights under Section 28.
Ten of these projects have been supported by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty and to show their thanks to Dr.
Mark's, Charlottetown, where Davida was ordained as an elder in 1972, a role she held for over 40 years.
As my family's genealogist and historian, I have long treasured a studio photograph with identification on the back with the name of the Charlottetown photographer, the names Margaret Gray, Florence Gray and Edward Jarvis and the year 1868.
George Coles Building, adjacent to Province House on Richmond Street in Charlottetown.
La Chambre legislative sera relogee dans l'immeuble en hommage a l'honorable George Coles, adjacent a Province House, sur la rue Richmond, a Charlottetown.
He built a church in Charlottetown which was to become St.
Charlotte, from Llangollen, has won grants from the Society of Biology and Climate Change Consortium for Wales to carry out research into the disease at the Atlantic Veterinary College Lobster Science Centre in Charlottetown, Canada, where she is currently hard at work.
October 3-5, 2013, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
For the first time in Canadian Hotel Rate Report history, Charlottetown tops the list at number one with a fourteen percent price drop.
The capital Charlottetown is quaint with its tree-lined streets, attractive wooden houses and some fine restaurants showcasing the island's fabulous seafood, prime beef and main industry - the potato.
Food is vital to the island's economy and the Culinary Institute of Canada, based in Charlottetown, not only trains future generations of chefs but also runs a commercial arm, Canada's Smartest Kitchens.
The capital Charlottetown is quaint with its tree-lined streets, attractive wooden houses and fine restaurants showcasing the island's fabulous seafood, prime beef and main industry: the potato.
Food is vital to the island's economy and the Culinary Institute of Canada is based in Charlottetown and not only trains chefs, it runs a commercial arm, Canada's Smartest Kitchens, which provides help for the island's big producers of potatoes and shellfish.
Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Big Horn delivered vital fuel and supplies to Canadian navy ship HMCS Charlottetown April 29, the first replenishment at sea of a coalition ship by an MSC ship during Operation Unified Protector.
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